Time to submit sidewalk requests in Emerson-Garfield neighborhood | Public Spaces
The Emerson-Garfield neighborhood council wants to know which sidewalks its citizens want fixed.
“Each year our neighborhood council works with the City to determine which sidewalks need work, and which ones get priority,” a news release read.
Above is a sidewalk map of the neighborhood, the red lines show where sidewalks are missing.
If you would like your input heard, submit a request to Community Development Officer Sara Kimball via email (email@example.com) or by phone at (509) 863-3376. Requests must be turned in by March 1.
“All requests will be examined and included in a priority list provided to the City of Spokane,” the news release said. “Engineers from the city will then use the list to determine this year's projects to be completed late summer or early fall.”